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  1. To be fair, if somebody tolerates this DLC enough to 100% it, they'd have to be incredibly masochistic, and/or intensely determined - that's got to be a skill, right? 😂 To put things into context for everyone else, this DLC is so bad that it's what caused me to give up full-time trophy hunting. What a mess.
  2. I agree - I enjoyed the base game, which I found to be a charming, if somewhat flawed experience. The DLCs released for this game however, almost seemed designed to punish people for buying the game's season pass. I'd recommend that you stay away from the DLC unless you're a completionist - there's not much in the way of fun to be found here (which defeats the entire purpose of playing a video game in the first place).
  3. Yes, easily. At the every least, every FFXV DLC has a portion (or portions) of it that were really fun (Ignis vs. Noctis, Omega, etc.) - Ni No Kuni II's DLC is just a boring, mindless slog with artificially inflated difficulty. It is, hands down, some of the worst DLC I've ever played - and I've played a TON of DLC.
  4. The original game was a slog, and I was utterly bored of it by the time I completed the trophy list. I'm going to stay away from this one for now.
  5. Forward + B, B, B.
  6. Assassin's Creed Origins: Gold Edition isn't a bad deal for $25. I thought it was a fair price for the game and its DLCs.
  7. DarkAmdusias, Special Move Master
  8. It did, as far as helping me build basic proficiency with a language - I used it mainly for French and Hindi, but also dabbled with Spanish, Japanese, Korean, and Swahili. It's not quite as good as actually practicing the language with others, but doing lessons every day for almost three years have definitely allowed me to confidently utilize some basic and intermediate language function.
  9. I do like the fact that Nintendo does have in-game accomplishments for some of their games, though. I didn't need to get all of the achievements in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but I did it anyway - that game would have had a fun trophy list if its achievements were somehow translated into trophies one day.
  10. I don't know if many of you here are familiar with Duolingo - it's a free language learning website I used to learn a number of languages and loved it because it was able to 'gameify' the language learning process. One of the most attractive features of the learning algorithm was its 'streak' feature - I had a streak of 1,125 consecutive days before the streak broke. The website offered me a chance to 'repair' my streak by testing out its premium service, but I declined, reasoning that all good things must come to an end. I was initially anxious as I watched the clock tick down on the offer, but a day or two later, felt great about my decision. One larger streak remains though. Starting in December 2014, I challenged myself to get a minimum fifty trophies a month just to see how long I could keep it going - I never dreamed that I would make it to March 2019 with the streak intact. I have loved the challenge of keeping up the streak, and the rush to hit a numerical target gave me the opportunity to play interesting games that I would have never otherwise considered like ICEY, Far Cry Primal, and Late Shift. Lately though, keeping up the streak has felt less fulfilling, not because trophy hunting has become less fun, but because I've developed other interests that directly impact how much time I want to spend achieving trophies. Additionally, I've also come to love playing my Switch, and have sunk a ton of time into the spectacular Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee. This feels like the end of an era, and it's bittersweet. I love my streak, and seeing my total collected trophies dip below 50 this April is going to feel weird - frankly I don't even know if I'll be able to bring myself to end the streak this month. On the other hand though, rediscovering old interests and developing new ones has been a source of joy in itself. Ultimately, it'll feel good to game on my own terms again. Thanks for reading.
  11. @Maahniac The previous three Dead or Alive games have not had DLC trophies, so Dead or Alive 6 is unlikely to have downloadable content related trophies unless something changes. Most of the DLC tends to be costume focused anyway.
  12. I hope they patch this. The Solosseum sounds like a boring, unfun slog.
  13. Stop complaining about the graphics guys - this game looks GORGEOUS considering that it was released on January 1, 1970.
  14. Well, it doesn't look like there's an Expert Mode trophy at the moment. There's no telling if you'll have to play on Hard/Expert to earn Solosseum Supremo, though.
  15. Brutal. Sorry this happened to you. :\